The city of Syracuse is looking at ways to address ongoing concerns with snow removal.

Mayor Ben Walsh detailed a plan to combat the problem Friday. The city will host a snow safety summit, at which officials will look at models used by other cities like Rochester to see what can be improved.

In the meantime, the new administration urges people to do their part like following parking rules so plows can clear roadways and shovel sidewalks.

"We can't do it alone. The city can't do it alone," Walsh said. "We need help from the citizens to do their part as we work towards a more comprehensive solution. So it has to be a team effort, but what we're here to say is we acknowledge it starts with us here at the city."

The summit is scheduled for February 15.